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What is most likely to bring about the extinction of homo sapiens and when?

What is most likely to bring about the extinction of homo sapiens and when?
Sarah Kohl from Greater London (Age 35-44)

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  1. The modern human race has only been around for 40 000 years (or 100,000 if you’re prepared to accept early men). That’s not very long in geological time. We are now evolving so fast (having taken control of our own reproductive systems) that I would guess that within another 40,000 we would have evolved into some other form.

    But will we live that long? Will we survive the stress caused to civilization by climate change? Well I think we will. Even if there was a large-scale nuclear war I don’t think it would cause enough damage to wipe us out. Mankind is very robust and resourceful.

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